William Barr could become U.S. Attorney General for a second time. Here's what he had to say about the first.
How America goes to war
The Miller Center's National War Powers Commission addressed a fundamental problem that's back in the news
George H.W. Bush's legacy
Prudence served him—and the nation—well, writes Russell Riley in USA Today
From the Secret White House tapes
LBJ pledges his support for Hubert Humphrey's running mate in 1968
Rivalry and Reform
A groundbreaking new book by Miller Center scholar Sidney Milkis and Daniel Tichenor
Fred Greenstein, scholar of the American presidency, dies at 88
The famed historian and author of a major Eisenhower biography was a visiting scholar at the Miller Center
George H.W. Bush was an 'American great'
Senior Fellow Mary Kate Cary recalls her work for President George H.W. Bush as his speechwriter
For parts of his presidency, Bush had more support from Democrats
Miller Center expert Barbara Perry is interviewed on the PBS NewsHour about President George H.W. Bush
Save the date—May 21-23, 2019—for a groundbreaking conference on the state of the American presidency
Secret White House Tapes
LBJ orders some new Haggar pants
President Johnson called the Haggar clothing company to order some new pants, providing specific (and sometimes graphic) instructions on how they should be customized for him
"Some fool thing"
14 months before Pearl Harbor, President Franklin Roosevelt ruminates on the growing crisis in the East
Nixon on Jews in the federal government
Nixon orders his chief of staff to "see what we can do about" Jews in the federal government.
The First Year Project: Infrastructure
He was the first and (so far) the only President of the United States to resign the office
He just moved up in historians' rankings, to fifth-best president in the nation's history
Critical insights for the nation's governance
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